WINTER TALK 2019

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Winter Talk 2019
February 25 – 27
Phillips Theological Seminary
Tulsa, OK

The Sixth annual Winter Talk is a three day conversation on the Christian Doctrine of Discovery (DOD) and its influence on Christian theology and polity, with an emphasis on the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) relationship with Indigenous tribes and peoples. Hosted by the Yakama Christian Mission Council, and Phillips Theological Seminary, Winter Talk is dedicated to furthering the conversation on the Christian Doctrine of Discovery and its dismantling.

Winter Talk is an important time for American Indians and non-Indians, to gather and eat, learn, and talk about the impact of the Christian Doctrine of Discovery. This is a space of accountability to American Indians where the Indian voice is the principle voice in an exploration of the past, an understanding of the present, and a visioning of the future.

2019 Speaker:
Chebon Kernell

Rev. Chebon Kernell – Seminole, lives in Moore, OK and currently serves as the Executive Secretary of Native American and Indigenous Ministries, Justice & Discipleship, General Board of Global Ministries with the United Methodist Church. Here is a clip of his work with Methodists.”

 

 

Past Speakers:
2014
Lisa Dellinger-Chickasaw
Ron Gurley-Cherokee
David Bell-Scots
2015
Richard Grounds-Euchee
2016
Robert J. Miller-Eastern Shawnee
2017
Sarah Augustine
2018
David Bell
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Flint Talk. Flint talks are 2 to 3 minutes to speak to any subject the speaker believes important to the wellbeing of the landscape and her people. Flint is known for its ability to be knapped and the sharp edged tools created, as well as sparks created when struck by steel. Flint Talks may be as sharp and bright as the speaker the likes. If time allows, conversation will arise from a flint talk or two.  If you are interested in presenting a Flint Talk, please indicate below…we would love to have your voice!

Winter Talk honors the season of winter. The harvest is long past and spring soon to come. Winter is a time to think, tell stories, and eat. Winter Talk is a moment to come together as community and talk, eat, create new relationships, and then talk some more, eat some more, and come to know our new relations. Join the people of our landscape, renew old relationships and create new ones!

If you are Disciples clergy, please be aware that Disciples Home Missions offers Educational Grants for Disciples Clergy. DHM begins accepting applications on September 1 and continue through October 31. Grants max out at $500. More information may be found at Scholarships.
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You will find Registration below.  If you have any questions, please contact:
dave@yakamamission.org  2019 REGISTRATION COMING SOON
509-969-2093
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Registration: 2019 REGISTRATION COMING SOON.
Register securely online at
(a small fee is added at checkout)
or fill out the contact form below, click “Submit,” and send  your payment to:
Yakama Christian Mission

PO Box 547
White Swan, WA 98952

 

 

HOUSING FOR WINTER TALK 2019
The Wyndham Tulsa
Address:
10918 E. 41 St.Tulsa, OK. 74146
Hotel Front Desk: 918-627-5000
Ask for the “Winter Talk” $79/night rate

Winter Talk Schedule (Final Schedule to be determined)
Monday, February  25
9:00 am Registration (coffee & tea)
10:00 Gathering, Welcome, Introductions
10:15 Acknowledging Sacred Space
11:00 Break
11:15 Gathering Questions
12:15pm Lunch and Conversation
1:30 Review of the Christian Doctrine of Discovery and its Relationship to Anti-Racism
3:15 Break
3:30 Community Exercise
6:00 Supper
7:00 Evening Talk: Community conversation
8:00 Blessing

Tuesday, February  26
8:45am Gathering (coffee & tea)
9:00 Welcoming the Sacred into Community
9:30 Talk with Chase Iron Eyes
10:30 Break
11:00 Q & A with Chase Iron Eyes
12:00pm Lunch and Panel conversation
1:30 Break
2:00 Talk with Chase Iron Eyes
3:00 Break
3:15  Q & A with Chase Iron Eyes
4:00  Small Group Conversation
5:00 Supper
6:00 Talk with Chase Iron Eyes
6:45 Break
6:30  Q & A with Chase Iron Eyes
7:00 Talking Circle with Blue Eagle
8:00 Blessing

Wednesday, February  27
8:45am Gathering (coffee & tea)
9:00 Welcoming the Sacred into Community
9:15 Gift Giving: Honoring the gathered folk
10:15 Break
10:30 Blessing the movement of Sacred Space: Retrieving the Items of Home
11:30 Journey Home

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